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New HTC Hima, HTC ‘A12′ details leak out

New HTC Hima, HTC ‘A12′ details leak out
News from PhoneDog:

Earlier this month, a report claimed to shed light on HTC’s next Android flagship, codenamed “Hima.” Today additional details on that device and another new HTC phone have surfaced.

Upleaks, the source of the original HTC Hima rumor, has shared more purported features that are coming with the One (M8) follow-up. The Hima is said to measure 144.3 x 69.4 x 9.65mm in size. To compare, the One (M7) is 137.4 x 68.2 x 9.3mm and the One (M8) is 146.4 x 70.6 x 9.4mm. This new leak also suggests that the HTC Hima will be available in four colors — gray, silver, gold, and “gunmetal gold” — and that it’ll be compatible with accessories like the Active Headset, Dot View Case, DecoStand Case, Clear Case, Active Case, and Premium Screen Protector.

If this rumor is true, then the HTC Hima will be shorter than the One (M8) but also a tad thicker. Since the Hima is rumored to come with a 5-inch 1920×1080 screen just like the one on the One (M8), it’s possible that the Hima could have smaller bezels around its display. One…………… continues on PhoneDog

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Phone Comparisons: HTC Desire 820 vs Google Nexus 6
News from Android Headlines – Android News:

We have a good one for you today – the large HTC Desire 820 versus the even larger, Google Nexus 6.  Two completely new devices by different companies for a different audience – so why compare them you ask – because that is what we do.  We are trying to show how different devices stack up against one another and ask ourselves if the price difference is worth it or not…are you really going to use all of the features of the higher end device?

Let’s take a look at these two devices and see just what they might have in common, before we take a look at their differences – not the display, not the processor, not the RAM nor the memory.  Wait, I found one – the main camera on both devices is 13MP with auto-focus.  Then we start again, the front-facing cameras (FFC) are very different, so are the batteries.  Both are about the same size all around, although the Nexus 6 weighs 30 grams more.

They do have the usual Dual-Band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a microUSB connector for charging and data transfer.  They both have dual, front-facing stereo speakers and both…………… continues on Android Headlines – Android News

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